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Feb. 4, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Interactive billboards, a trusted tech industry, an exhausted stash of ISPs

February 3, 2011: The day the Internet ran out of numbers http://nie.mn/h6mMz8 »

Nice! @CJR goes back to the launches of Slate and Salon to glean some lessons for The Daily http://nie.mn/hrHWKl »

What if your hometown disappeared from the map? http://nie.mn/gwJhbY »

On Edelman’s Trust Barometer, the tech industry gets an 81%; the media industry gets a 54. Discuss. http://nie.mn/eG90FD »

Interactive billboards! Think of all the cool things news orgs could do with them… http://nie.mn/gBTBHx »

Congrats! RT @mattwaite: I’m overjoyed to announce I’ll be joining the faculty at the Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln as a professor of journalism. »

"Imagine if Angry Birds were available as part of “The Daily” instead of as a standalone app." http://nie.mn/gM98Y4 »

"Welcome to the first Transmedia Bowl" http://nie.mn/eOH8UO (via @iwantmedia) »

Der Spiegel, The Guardian, and the NYT are all considering building drop-boxes for anonymous tips http://nie.mn/gTNoSI »

Seven years ago today, Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook http://nie.mn/ggjx85 »

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